Ask her anything! Berkeley’s chancellor to take questions on Reddit

Got a burning question for Berkeley’s chancellor? Now’s your chance to ask it.

This Wednesday (Oct. 10), from 3-4 p.m., Chancellor Carol Christ will take to Reddit, the website and discussion forum, to conduct an AMA (if you’re out of the loop, it stands for “Ask Me Anything”) interview with the Berkeley community.

Christ will take questions on any topic of interest to the community — from her priorities as Berkeley’s leader, to concerns about the campus, to her own personal journey to the chancellorship.

Anyone will be able to view the interview on the Reddit site, but users will need to create a free account to pose a question and vote on others’ submissions. Questions can be submitted in advance or during the session itself.

Check out previous AMAs by people at Berkeley, including Berkeley Law Dean Erwin Chemerinsky, astronomy professor Alex Filippenko and public policy professor Robert Reich.

Learn more about Reddit AMAs in this 2014 article from The Atlantic.